Caesar & Howie signs up to SOS Connect

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11 May 2018

SOSCentral Scotland law group Caesar & Howie has signed up to integrated practice and case management with SOS Connect from Solicitors Own Software.

Established over 200 years ago, Caesar & Howie offers a range of legal and estate agency services at offices across the Central Belt.

Michelle Dixon, practice manager at Caesar & Howie, said: “We looked at two or three different options and a major factor in choosing SOS Connect was a seamless integration, as we were already using SOS’s finance application.

“Initially we will use SOS Connect for our Power of Attorney, Wills and Advance Directives work, and then look to roll it out into areas like Residential Conveyancing, Purchase and Sale.”  

Graham Colbourne, managing director of SOS, said: “The fact that Caesar & Howie has now adopted SOS Connect demonstrates that it is flexible and agile enough to adapt not only to the Scottish legal arena, but to the estate agency market in which the firm also operates.”

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